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Why and how does the proton travelling through the stalkedparticle in the inner mitochondrial membrane, cause aconformational change in the ATPase?

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3 Jan 2018
Biology

16. Organisms that can undergo both photosynthesis and cellular respiration are called

decomposers c. autotrophs

heterotrophs d. omnivores

Explain please

True or False

Lipids are produced as a waste product during aerobic cellular respiration.

All autotrophs use photosynthesis to produce their food for survival.

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2 Jan 2018
Biology

what is the immune response pathway of a pathogen in the gut associated lymphoid tissue?

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1 Jan 2018
Biology

Which microscopy and stain procedure would you use to classify a microorganism of choice? (Microscopes: TEM, SEM, Florescence, Light…) (Stain: simple stain, gram stain, acid fast stain…) State the references for your answer.

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2 Jan 2018
Biology

A 70 kg 68 y/o male sees his cardiologist for a follow-up following his myocardial infarction 3 months earlier. He has been taking digoxin and LisinoprilTM since his MI. At the follow-up, he complains of shortness of breath and has to sleep sitting up in his recliner. He also complains of fatigability and swelling of his ankles and hands. A physical examination finds that he has distended jugulars and pitting edema in the lower legs. His breathing was rapid 22 breaths/min) and rales were heard in the both sides at the base of the lungs. He does not have a fever, but his pulse is 116 bpm and his blood pressure is 110/80. The physician immediately admits him and orders a blood and urine analyses with the results as follows:

Blood

Urine

[Na+]

128 mEq/L

[Na+]

150 mEq/L

[K+]

3.0 mEq/L

[K+]

65 mEq/L

[Cl-]

98 mEq/L

[Cl-]

120 mEq/L

[HCO3-]

21 mEq/L

[HCO3-]

15 mEq/L

Creatinine

1.2 mg/dl

Creatinine

128 mg/dl

PCO2

24 mmHg

24 hr volume

750 ml

pH

7.51

Osmolality

600 mOsm

The physician orders an infusion of 2L of 3% saline with 40 mg of Lasix® given twice a day for three days. CALCULATE how this treatment would impact the Px’s symptoms assuming the osmolarity of the urine dropped to 400 mOsm?

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3 Jan 2018
Biology

What is an autoimmune disorder? Why are these disorders often so difficult to treat?
Can you give an example of one and tell us a bit about it?
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3 Jan 2018
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